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Bright Color Bangles


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Use colored tissue papers, printed napkins and decoupage techniques to decorate plain bangles. Use tissue papers and napkins in bright spring colors and designs.

Bright Color Bangles


  • CS11305 - Mod Podge ® Matte, 4 oz.
  • 3 wooden or plastic thick bracelets
  • Pink tissue paper
  • Yellow tissue paper
  • Purple tissue paper
  • Napkins
  • Scissors
  • Paint brush


  1. Cut out small square of each color. Glue each color to a seperate bracelet using the mod podge.
  2. Once the tissue papers have dried, remove the top layer of the napkin with the printed icons and begin to cut out. Glue on top of the tissue paper. Apply a top coat.

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Azslp1842 ... this is alittle late , but i have found wood bangles , in diffrent shapes and sizes at Michelles craft store

I had to order the wooden bangles from DIYbangles.com. They don't have them at ANY major stores, craft or otherwise, in my area. I tried this technique today, and it took me a few minutes to get it right. Using one large piece of tissue for a bracelet did not come out as smooth as it looks in the picture. I tried white tissue paper as a background on one of them, and it was totally lost in the wood. I would have had to do a whole bunch of layers, so instead I painted the wood white.I also painted the wood white and used a patterned napkin as the base. The pattern was black and white, and in order to make the white parts look white, and not take on a wooden-tone, it needed to be white underneath. The first two I did were so-so but the last couple I think will be cute when they dry. Be prepared to play around a little at first! I also added my own little touches, like polka-dots around one of the designs.

I cannot find a good supply of wood or plastic bangle bracelets.


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